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[ANN] The Python Papers, Volume 3 Issue 2

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Hi everyone

After a long wait of nearly 5 month, we are back in business to bring
the latest edition of The Python Papers - Volume 3 Issue 2 (http://
ojs.pythonpapers.org/index.php/tpp/issue/current).

From this issue onwards, we will be having only 3 issues per year
instead of 4. This is in compliance with our ISSN registration.

What's new
=========
1. We have expanded our editorial team with 2 new Associate Editors,
Sarah Mount (from UK) and Guy Kloss from (New Zealand).

2. TPP is now managed using Open Journal System and it can be assessed
at http://ojs.pythonpapers.org/tpp

3. Backporting of previous issues of TPP from Volume 1 Issue 1 is
complete

4. We had "soft-launched" TWO new periodicals - The Python Papers
Monographs (for monograph-length submissions which may include
dissertations, conference proceedings, case studies and advanced-level
lectures) and The Python Papers Source Codes (modeled after ACM
Collected Algorithms and provides a collection of software and source
codes, usually associated with papers published in The Python Papers
and The Python Papers Monograph). They shall be TPPM and TPPSC
respectively.

5. Collectively, TPP, TPPM and TPPSC will be umbrella-ed as The Python
Papers Anthology (TPPA) and managed under the same editorial
committee.

6. Probably the most important development to TPP is that TPP is
currently indexed by a number of services, including Google Scholar
and OAIster, as a result of using Open Journal System.

So, please enjoy our latest edition and we look towards all of your
continued support and contributions.

Thank you.

Cheers
Maurice Ling
Co-Editor-in-Chief, The Python Papers Anthology
Sep 4 '08 #1
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On Sep 4, 8:58*am, "mauricel...@acm.org" <mauricel...@gmail.com>
wrote:
Hi everyone

After a long wait of nearly 5 month, we are back in business to bring
the latest edition of The Python Papers - Volume 3 Issue 2 (http://
ojs.pythonpapers.org/index.php/tpp/issue/current).

From this issue onwards, we will be having only 3 issues per year
instead of 4. This is in compliance with our ISSN registration.

What's new
=========
1. We have expanded our editorial team with 2 new Associate Editors,
Sarah Mount (from UK) and Guy Kloss from (New Zealand).

2. TPP is now managed using Open Journal System and it can be assessed
athttp://ojs.pythonpapers.org/tpp

3. Backporting of previous issues of TPP from Volume 1 Issue 1 is
complete

4. We had "soft-launched" TWO new periodicals - The Python Papers
Monographs (for monograph-length submissions which may include
dissertations, conference proceedings, case studies and advanced-level
lectures) and The Python Papers Source Codes (modeled after ACM
Collected Algorithms and provides a collection of software and source
codes, usually associated with papers published in The Python Papers
and The Python Papers Monograph). They shall be TPPM and TPPSC
respectively.

5. Collectively, TPP, TPPM and TPPSC will be umbrella-ed as The Python
Papers Anthology (TPPA) and managed under the same editorial
committee.

6. Probably the most important development to TPP is that TPP is
currently indexed by a number of services, including Google Scholar
and OAIster, as a result of using Open Journal System.

So, please enjoy our latest edition and we look towards all of your
continued support and contributions.

Thank you.

Cheers
Maurice Ling
Co-Editor-in-Chief, The Python Papers Anthology
Good to see that the newest edition of the journal is out. Also, I
believe the correct URL should either be:
http://ojs.pythonpapers.org/
or
http://ojs.pythonpapers.org/index.php/tpp

Thanks for providing this great resource.

Samir
Sep 4 '08 #2

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